Monthly Archives: November 2008

Finding A Quality Plumber In Colorado

November 28th, 2008|

So you’re looking for a plumber. Maybe you’ve heard horror stories from neighbors and friends. Or maybe you’ve never had the need to hire a plumber. What do you need to look for when deciding to hire a plumber? Start by asking for recommendations, and ask these questions:

How long have you been a plumber?
What type […]

How to fix frozen pipes

November 26th, 2008|

As the holidays near, and the snow and cold settle in, its time to think about winterizing your home to avoid frozen pipes.

Preventing Freezing Pipes

Take a look around your home. Do you have sinks on outside walls? If so, pay special attention to the pipes that connect to these locations. How cold does it get […]

7 Ways To Conserve Water

November 20th, 2008|

It’s the middle of November, and here in Colorado very little rain or snow has fallen in the past few months. It’s easy to see why it’s important to keep conserving water. Use these tips to help conserve water within your home.

1. Turn off the water while brushing your teeth. The typical person can save […]

Plumbing Problems – Simple Things To Do At Home To See How Efficient You Are

November 19th, 2008|

Maybe you’ve just purchased an older home, and would love to know how efficient it is. Or maybe you’ve been in a home awhile, and are wondering if everything is still working as efficiently as possible. Use these simple tests to determine if and where your problem lies:

Find out if you have a water leak. […]

What Does It Mean To Be A Green Plumber?

November 14th, 2008|

One of the most popular words in 2008 was “green”, and it will again dominate 2009. Even though there is a lot of talk about “going green”, what does it mean to business owners within your community?

For your local plumber, it means helping out the community to conserve wherever possible.

One of the reasons we chose […]

Should you really consider replacing your toilet?

November 12th, 2008|

There are many different things you can do in your home to become more energy efficient. But probably one of the easiest to do – and one that will save you a tremendous amount over a short period of time – is replacing your older toilets with new water saving models.

We’ll use a typical family […]

The Future of Plumbing is Green

November 11th, 2008|

Think about your water usage for a moment.

In the last two billion years, the amount of water on Earth has not changed. Yet in the last century, water usage has increased at twice the rate of the world population.

In the United States alone, over 6.8 billion gallons of water is flushed down the toilet every […]

How Water Instantly – Two Ways To Save In Your Next Shower

November 5th, 2008|

Looking for two ways to save with your next shower?

First, eliminate wasting water by installing a hot water circulation system.

With most water heaters, you have to turn on the shower, and wait anywhere from 30 to 60 seconds for the hot water to make it into your shower. With a hot water circulation system, an […]